I'm a more-or-less advanced MCU programmer and user: can anyone shed some light (pardon the pun!) on how best to record camera frames (at the highest possible shutter speed) which are synchronized to an external event?
I want to record "stopped motion" for propeller analysis, a bit like these guys do: https://youtu.be/N3WwQKZ05Uk?t=139
I'm seeking advice on the camera hardware that might be needed. I'll be using a hall sensor on the motor shaft and FETs to trigger the strobe and camera, then grabbing and writing the frame data to an SD card (and using perl+FFMPEG to assemble them into a video later on my PC). If a 328p isn't fast enough, I'll move to ESP32 or better - but for now - knowing the right camera to use is where my skills are non-existent.